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NEWELL, SOUTH DAKOTA

Sponsored by Newell Community Club

2015 Supreme Champion Ram shown by Regehr Sheep Marion, SD

2015 Supreme Champion Ewe, Shown by Dezeeuw Farms Elkton, SD

Stud Ram Show Sale Registered Ewe Show & Sale Registered Range Ram Sale Sale Week Phone: 605-456-2941


You’ll Like Newell... HISTORICAL FACTS:

Newell was founded in 1910, the city being named after Frederick Haynes Newell, then director of the Bureau of Reclamation. Newell was platted by Reclamation engineers and was the first bureau project in the United States.

CURRENT FACTS:

Population: 674 friendly people Government: Mayor and City Commission: two fine city parks, public golf course, rodeo arena, city library, museum and restored historic oneroom school house, city liquor store and bar Five Churches: Newell Christian Fellowship Church, St. Mary’s Catholic Church, First Lutheran Church, Assembly of God, Newell Evangelical Church Communication, Utilities etc.: Post Office, state and county highway shop, West River Telephone Co., Highways 212-79, near I-90, Black Hills Power and Light, Butte Electric Cooperative, Belle Fourche Irrigation District, city water system, city garbage and sewer system, municipal lawn and garden irrigation system, cable television Civic and Service Organizations: Newell Community Club, Newell Lions Club, Parent/Teacher Organization, School Booster Club, American Legion and Auxiliary, VFW & Auxiliary, Butte County Historical Society, 4-H and Extension Clubs, NVN Senior Citizens, Newell Garden Club Emergency Services: 911 emergency number, volunteer fire department, ambulance service with trained personnel and modern equipment, County Health Nurse and Home Health Care Newell Public Schools: has an enrollment of nearly 600 students and faculty members, includes two high school buildings, middle school complex, elementary building, and auditorium. Combination lighted football field and track. Newell Golf Club: Offers grass greens on a challenging nine-hole course with full service club house. Commercial Establishments: Newell Sheep Yards-South Dakota’s largest sheep and lamb market, bank, weekly newspaper, veterinary service, K Bar J Leather Shop, grocery store, hardware store, feed store, cafes and drive-in cafe, convenience stores, service stations, auto and implement parts stores, bulk oil, gas and propane distributors, locker plant, saddle shops, motel and hotel, rooming house, welding shop, beauty shops, concrete services, construction companies, plumbing firm, insurance and real estate agents, apiary, low income and elderly housing, mobile home court As a trading center, Newell serves an extensive cattle and sheep raising area in addition to the crops and forage and dairies in the irrigation district.

SPECIAL FEATURES:

The Labor Day Celebration is the largest one day celebration around. Activities include a morning parade, street games, an old-e rodeo including the World Sheep Teepeeing Championship and a lively dance at night. The Newell Ram Show and Sale is held annually on the third Thursday and Friday of September. Beginning in 1946, it has become one of the nation’s top purebred ram and ewe show and sale events. The buildings are owned by the Ram Sale and located on East 3rd Street adjacent to the rodeo grounds.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. The Newell Ram Sale is held annually on the 3rd Friday of September at the Ram Sale Barn on 3rd Street, Newell, South Dakota. The events shall consist of a “Stud Ram and Registered Ewe Show and Sale” and a purebred “Range Ram Sale.” 2.

The Committee of the sale accepts the entries for the sale with the understanding that, upon signing of the entry blank, the consignor of the animals to the Newell Ram Sale agrees to comply with the Rules and Regulations of the Show and Sale, and that for willful violation of any of the Rules and Regulations, the Consignor becomes automatically excluded from future sales.

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The Newell Ram Sale Committee reserves the right to reject any or all entries and the entry fee will be returned.

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Entries are open to all breeds of sheep registered with a nationally recognized registry association. Ram classes in each breed are Ram Lamb (born after 1/1/16); and Yearling Ram (born after 10/1/15). Ewe classes in each breed are Ewe Lamb (born after 1/1/16); and Yearling Ewe (born after 10/1/15). We will have fall born classes.

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ALL animals must be bred and raised by Consignor. All animals must be registered or subject to registry and comply with rules of the South Dakota Animal Industry Board. We, as the sale committee, do not promote extreme short tail docking and discourage such practice. If there is any evidence of rectal prolapse, past or present those animals will NOT be allowed in the show and sale.

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Consignors may enter four (4) Stud Rams, BUT NOT more than two (2) of any one breed in the Stud Ram Show and Sale, a lamb and a yearling per breed, NOT two lambs or two yearlings, one of each; and not more than twenty (20) Range Rams; and may enter six (6) Registered Ewes, BUT NOT more than four (4) of any one breed in the show (a lamb and a yearling per breed). A total of ten (10) Registered Ewes (including show ewes) may be sold.

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Entries must be made with the Secretary by June 30th. Mail to NEWELL RAM SALE C/O Christy Frerichs 18349 Mail Rd. Nisland, SD 57762. Email newellramsale@hotmail.com Phone number 605-257-2895 .

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ENTRY FEES: The entry fee is NON-refundable and must be included at the time entries are received. $25.00 per head on Stud Rams, $10.00 per head on Registered Ewes and $10.00 per head on Range Rams. The committee makes a commission charge of 12% of the sale price on all animals; however if the percentage charge amounts to less than the entry fee, the later sum is charged as the minimum. However, the entry fee will be retained on animals entered by not brought to the sale; animals not sold in the ring; or screened. Regular Commission will be charged on “NO SALE ANIMALS.”

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Terms of sale: CASH Sales are to be settled before moving animals from pens. All bids on ewes start at three hundred dollars ($300.00) rams at four hundred dollars ($400.00). Sellers have the right to bid once upon each lot offered. Phone bids to: 605-569-0224- Dave Ollila.

10. Private sales before or during the auction are strictly forbidden. On private sales made after the auction closes on NO SALE, the regular commission will be collected. Consignors bringing extra animals to be sold outside the Sale or sell “screened animals” will be denied the privilege of selling at the future Newell Ram Sales.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS CONT. 11. Stud rams are to be offered as singles, Range Rams will be offered in pens (same age) of two, three, four or five, entered as a specified lot which will be listed in the catalog under one number for each head. Show Ewes should be offered as singles with all other ewes in pens of two, three or five head. Ewes and Range Rams will have no more than four (4) turns through the sale ring, including show ewes. 12. All animals must be in respective pens by 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Ewe Show will be held at 9:00 a.m. followed by the Stud Ram Show at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday. The Ewe sale will start at 11:00 am on Friday, followed by the Stud Rams and Range Rams to be sold together, selling one breed at a time. The Grand Champion Stud and Grand Champion Ewe will sell first in their breed, followed by the Reserve Champions and then by order placed in the show for each breed. Premier Range Rams will sell first in their breed. 13. Consignors will be responsible for lot numbers on animals according to the catalog. The animals should be lot numbered before showing. Paint and irons are provided. 14. ALL SUBSTITUTES MUST BE MARKED WITH A BAR BELOW THE NUMBER. 15. All animals on ground are held at consignors risk until sold; ownership changes when they are sold in the ring. Animals are held at purchaser’s risk thereafter. 16. All animals are guaranteed to be breeders and in event of an animal proving to be a non-breeder, seller will refund purchase price or replace it with one of equal value. Seller should know this fact within a reasonable time after sale. 17. The Consignor of any Ram Lambs or Ewe Lambs that do not have their lamb teeth at eleven (11) months of age, based on the birth date of the certificate of registry, must refund the total price or give the buyer the option of selecting a replacement of equal value. 18. Papers showing ownership by consignor should accompany the Stud Rams. All animals listed as registered must have registration papers. Ram Lambs, Range Rams and Ewes may be sold subject to registry. Seller agrees to deliver within three (3) months records necessary for registration of all animals sold at no cost to buyer. 19. Consignors will bring their animals from the pens to the sale ring and taking them from the sale ring back to the proper pens. 20. The consignors will feed their animals. Hay and bedding will be available for purchase. 21. The Committee will make every effort to protect both buyers and sellers in every reasonable way, but under no circumstance do they assume any liability. The auctioneers will settle misunderstandings as to bids made. ALL SALES ARE FINAL.

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HEALTH REQUIREMENTS (Current requirements, subject to change.) If you do not have all health statements you will not unload!

ALL ANIMALS consigned to the Newell Sale must have the following: 1. Two (2) copies of Health Certificates either interstate or intrastate. 2. Must be individually identified by an official Scrapie ID tag and listed to correspond with sale lot number (painted on), we encourage larger plastic tag. 3. ALL RAMS must be palpated and Elisa tested for Brucella-ovis within 30 days of sale date or originate from a B-Ovis free flock. 4. All Black-Faced sheep must be genetically tested for Scrapie susceptibility and must test resistant with an R gene. An accredited veterinarian must draw the sample and put the results on the health certificate. Testing must be done at an APHIS approved laboratory. STATEMENTS to be written on the health certificate: Scrapie – to the best of my knowledge sale sheep and flock of origin have not be infected, exposed, source, or trace flock for Scrapie within past five years. *This statement to be signed by owner. The animals represented on this CVI have not originated from a premise or are under quarantine for Vesicular Stomatitis or a premise on which Vesicular Stomatitis has been diagnosed in the last thirty (30) days. I have examined the animal and found no signs of Vesicular Stomatitis and they have been examined within forty eight (48) hours of shipment. Sale Sheep and flock of origin have been inspected within 30 days and are free from clinical signs of infectious foot rot. *This statement to be signed by inspecting veterinarian. Individual codon test results for black-faced sheep. The minimum scrotal circumference for Yearling Rams must be 33 cm. and for lambs 30 cm. Animals must be examined by screening committee, prior to penning; prior to 9:00 p.m. MST on Wednesday. We do not accept animals screened from previous sales. Any animal with a blemish, scab, wound, lesion or ulceration of the reproductive tract, mouth or legs will not be allowed in show and sale. Screening committee may reject any or all entries. Screened animals will NOT be sold privately on the grounds and may NOT be replaced by an extra animal. ALL SHEEP, except lambs, are to be machine shorn after March 1. Sheep with extra long wool will be disqualified. Health certificates for within the United States will be issued to the buyer prior to leaving the sale, depending on the livestock regulations of the state they enter. Export health requirements are the responsibility of the purchaser. Any health questions, call your veterinarian or Dr. Jim Martin 605-456-2828

FIRST WESTERN INSURANCE AGENCY

Neil Vollmer - Linda Vollmer Harry Stapp--Judy Judy Dague Dague

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Welcome Sheep Growers to our 71st Annual Newell Stud Ram Show and Sale Enjoy your stay! Newell Ram Sale Committee Dave Ollila - Paul Erk Christy Frerichs - Barb Uhrig TJ Swan - Raymond Garness Naomi Lermon - Dr. Jim Martin

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SEPTEMBER 15 & 16, 2016

71 st Annual Newell Ram Show and Sale

The Newell Community Club welcomes everyone to the 71st Annual Newell Ram Show and Sale. The purpose of the show and sale are to help build the sheep industry in this country and to render service particularly to the sheep industry of Western South Dakota and adjoining sections of other states. Thus, growers are able to acquire the highest class stud rams and ewes necessary for improvement of flock without having to travel long distances to acquire such animals. We have added the sale of purebred range rams, and the show and sale of registered ewes. We welcome consignments of outstanding breeders from many states. Use of better rams and ewes is proven as the best and quickest means for growers to get more pounds of wool and lamb. This helps the industry survive intense competition of foreign wool and lamb and the use of synthetic fiber. All consignors are invited to a Pre-sale picnic to be held at the Ram Sale Grounds following the show on Thursday, September 15, 2016.

RAM SALE COMMITTEE

Dave Ollila............................................................... Sale Manager Paul Erk..................................................... Committee Chairman Christy Frerichs...........................................Secretary-Treasurer Barb Uhrig.....Fleece Show Chairman & Vender Chairman TJ Swan, Raymond Garness...............Committee members Naomi Lermon.......Committee Member/Vo-Ag Instructor Dr. Jim Martin..................Committee Member/Veterinarian Neil Vollmer.............................Newell Community Club Rep.

SHOW AND SALE STAFF

Lyle Warner................................................................Show Judge Baldwin, ND, Retired Educator, Raised Reg. Rambouillet & Hampshire

Piroutek Auctions, Milesville, SD.......................... Auctioneers Jane Burke................................................................. .Sale Cashier Sondra Boggess...................................................... .Sale Cashier Vickie Sechser.......................................................... .Sale Cashier Newell Lions Club – Supporting staff – a big thank you! 2017 Newell Ram Sale - September 21 & 22

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2016 NEWELL RAM SALE Table of Contents Rambouillet...............................................page 18-23 Burton Anderson................................................................. Lot 1 Anderson Family......................................................................2-3 Bar J Bar Ranch.........................................................................4-5 Annkia Bobb..............................................................................6-8 Borcher Sheep Co./ Weston Borcher..............................9-11 John Bucklin............................................................................... 12 Chapman Rambouillets................................................... 13-22 Bryce Conzelman...................................................................... 23 Cook Sisters.......................................................................... 24-26 Scoot Crawford Family Rambouillets.......................... 27-28 Dry Creek Rambouillet - Jessica Steinmetz............... 29-35 Erk Bros c/o Paul & Beth Erk............................................ 36-40 Caroline Frampton............................................................. 41-42 Shan Garson......................................................................... 43-44 Ketterling Family Rambouillets..................................... 45-51 Braden Kopren Rambouillets......................................... 52-54 Don Lawson.......................................................................... 55-56 Mike McCormick................................................................. 57-59 Tate Ollila............................................................................... 60-62 Roger Regehr....................................................................... 63-66 Ben Pearson.......................................................................... 67-68 Rocky Hill Rambouillet (John, Anna & Megan Erk)... 69-72 Schalesky Livestock................................................................. 73 Schalesky Sheep CO................................................................ 74 Wille Ranch........................................................................... 75-77 Prime Samm.................................................. Pages 25 JHK Sheep............................................................................Lot 78 Kitzan Sheep.............................................................................. 79 Targhee...................................................... Page 25-26 Jon Beastron..................................................................Lot 80-85 John Bucklin............................................................................... 86 Levi Bucklin........................................................................... 87-88 C&D Targhee Carl Nielsen................................................ 89-92 Kopren Targhee................................................................... 93-98 Columbia.................................................. Pages 26-28 A&K Columbias.......................................................... Lot 99-101 Borcher Sheep Co/Weston Borcher........................ 102-104 Caroline Frampton........................................................ 105-111 N.D.S.U - H.R.E.C......................................................................112 Don Lawson..................................................................... 113-114 Marshall Stock Farm..................................................... 115-116 Sandy Sheep Company........................................................117 Steinmetz Columbias................................................... 118-123 Rickwood Sheep Farms............................................... 124-125 Marshall Stock Farm..................................................... 126-127 W.R. Sheep Co................................................................. 128-130 Corriedale.................................................. Page 28-29 Friesz Livestock.......................................................Lot 131-134 Bruce Hoffman & Family............................................. 135-137 9


Phillippi Corriedales..................................................... 138-141 Bob & Deb Schroth....................................................... 142-144 Polypay.......................................................... Pages 29 Bryce Freking....................................................................Lot 145 Anthony Henke.......................................................................146 Suffolk...................................................... Pages 30-35 Robert Amundson.................................................Lot 147-157 Ron Arndt..................................................................................158 Braasch Land & Livestock........................................... 159-164 Cousins Suffolks............................................................. 165-166 Rufus & Patty DeZeeuw............................................... 167-171 Randy Dombek Family................................................ 172-173 Dreher Family Suffolk................................................... 174-179 Keith & Deb Gebhart.................................................... 180-183 Kyren Gebhart................................................................ 184-186 Jeremy & Heidi Geske.................................................. 187-189 Michael Geske................................................................. 190-191 Haley Sheep Co.............................................................. 192-193 David Juntunen.......................................................................194 Duane Juntunen............................................................ 195-197 Kitzan Sheep................................................................... 198-200 Dave Pearson.................................................................. 201-203 Prairie Rose Suffolks..................................................... 204-206 Saddle Creek Suffolks................................................... 207-209 Connie Scott.................................................................... 210-212 Hampshire................................................ Pages 36-38 Travis Bell . ................................................................Lot 213-214 Borcher Sheep Co.......................................................... 215-219 Chapman Hampshires................................................. 220-223 Tim & Kathy Coss........................................................... 224-226 Rufus & Patty DeZeeuw............................................... 227-230 Randy Dombek.............................................................. 231-233 Don Drewry..............................................................................234 James Vally Stock Farm................................................ 235-238 David Juntunen.............................................................. 239-241 Krischten Sheep Farm.................................................. 242-243 Nick & Karen Maneotis................................................ 244-248 Reid Merrill................................................................................249 Peterson Sheep Co........................................................ 250-253 Montadale....................................................... Page 39 My Montadales........................................................Lot 254-257 Dorset........................................................ Page 39-40 Ron Arndt...........................................................................Lot 258 Burton Anderson....................................................................259 Travis Bell...................................................................................260 Tim & Kathy Coss....................................................................261 Triple K Dorsets.............................................................. 262-263 Robert Vander Schaaf...........................................................264 Southdown...................................................... Page 40 Kyren Gebhart.........................................................Lot 265-267 Keith & Deb Gebhart.................................................... 268-269 10


Gilbert Wood 605-456-2400 Justin Tupper 605-680-0259 Sandra Holcomb D.V.M.

LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK at the yards on the south edge of town. We’ll show and sell your stock from the top flocks of our 5-state trade area.

South Dakota’s LARGEST

South Dakota’s LARGEST

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 10:00 A.M. Expecting: 10,000 Head. - 2,000-3,000 Replacement Ewes - 1,000-2,000 Ewe Lambs - 4,000-5,000 Feeder Lambs THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 10:00 A.M. Expecting: 10,000 Head. - 2,000-3,000 Replacement Ewes - 1,000-2,000 Ewe Lambs - 4,000-5,000 Feeder Lambs

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15,18, 2016 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2014 10:00 10:00A.M. A.M. Expecting: 12,000-14,000 Head Expecting: 10,000 Head. -- 3,000-4,000 Replacement 2,000-3,000 ReplacementEwes Ewes Lambs 1,000-2,000 Ewe Lambs at the yards--1,000-2,000 on the southEwe edge of town. We’ll - 5,000-6,000 Feeder Lambs 4,000-5,000 Lambs show and -sell your stockFeeder from the top flocks of our 5-state trade area.

South Dakota’s LARGEST

at the yards on the south edge of town. We’ll show and sell your stock from the top flocks of our 5-state trade area.

LIVESTOCK Gilbert Wood 605-456-2400 Justin Tupper 605-680-0259 Sandra Holcomb D.V.M.

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NEWELL VETERINARY SERVICE J.E. MARTIN, DVM

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2016 FLEECE SHOW $2.00 Entry fee on each fleece entered CATEGORIES White Fine Medium Course Natural Fine Medium Course Champion Fleece Reserve champion fleece Gary Babb Memorial Fleece

2015 Reserve fleece Barb Uhrig, Newell, SD and Grand Champion fleece from Joana Friesz New Salem ND

2017 Art in the Barn Fiber & Fleece Festival Fleece and Fiber festival, Live Fleece Expo, Sheep and goat Show, Fleece competition, Sheepdog Trials and Trade Show Father’s Day weekend, Friday & Saturday Sponsored by Newell Ram Show & Sale, South Dakota Sheep Growers, T’s 2 Please Embroidery and Uhrig Cheviot’s 13


$500 Youth Ewe Purchase Credit

We will be selecting from the applications we receive, a youth/s to receive a credit towards the purchase of ewe/s at our sale. Offered to youth ages 8 to 16 years old. We are offering 2 - $500 credits for 2016. Apply with an essay of your goals and dreams for your sheep production operation, what facilities and pasture you will have access to for running your sheep. Tell us about who will be mentoring you in your operation, or if you need us to help find a mentor for you. Tell us about any 4-H or FFA activities you will use your sheep for. You will need access to an email account so we can put you on the SDSU Sheep Extension e-mail list to receive their e-mails. Include a photo of yourself along with telephone number, address and e-mail. Entries must be postmarked no later than September 1, 2016. Please mail them to: Newell Ram Sale Christy Frerichs 18549 Mail RD Nisland SD 57762 605-257-2895 Or email to newellramsale@hotmail.com The members of the Ram Sale Committee will review the applications and select a winner or winners to be notified by September 10, 2016.

2015 Winner Breena Leitner, Belle Fourche, SD

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2015 wool judge John Gupman, Lemmon, SD

2015 Champion Pair of Ewes shown by Cook Sisters, Glad Valley, SD

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RAMBOUILLET

2015 Champion Rambouillet Ram, Regehr Sheep, Marion, SD

2015 Champion Rambouillet Ewe, Annika Bobb, Taylor, ND

BURTON ANDERSON 17815 334th Ave., Highmore, SD 57345 605-852-2233

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ANDERSON FAMILY 17815 334th Ave., Highmore, SD 57345 605-852-2233

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Fall Yearling

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BAR J BAR RANCH 329 Line Rd, Box Elder, SD 57719 605-545-5862 Lot 4

Stud Ram

Range Ram

(Twin brother 1st Jr. Ram Lamb Midwest Sale, Sire is 19 micron wool)

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ANNIKA BOBB 3780 91st Ave. SW, Taylor, ND 58656 701-974-3439 Lot 6 Lot 7 Lot 8

Stud Ram Show Ewe Range Ram

Yearling Yearling Yearling

1 head 1 head 2 head

BORCHER SHEEP CO./ WESTON BORCHER 1330 Lane 10, Powell, WY 82435 307-272-5285 Lot 9 Lot 10 Lot 11

Stud Ram Show Ewe Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Yearling

1 head 1 head 3 head

Yearling

2 head

JOHN BUCKLIN Box 310, Scobey, MT 59263 406-895-7029 Lot 12

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RAMBOUILLET CHAPMAN RAMBOUILLETS P.O. BOX 251, BISON, SD 57620 605-244-7166 Lot 13 Lot 14 Lot 15

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe

Lot 16 Lot 17 Lot 18 Lot 19 Lot 20

(DOB 1-20-16 Twin Sired By Bobb Bros 6501)

Lot 21 Lot 22

Yearling Lamb Lamb

Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Yearling Yearling Yearling Yearling Yearling Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 3 head 2 head 3 head 2 head 3 head 2 head 3 head

(All of our consignments will have perfomance data, wool data & NSIP EBV’s available upon request & all are sired by RR rams)

BRYCE CONZELMAN P.O. BOX 95, Hulett, WY 82720 307-290-0492 • 307-290-5219 Lot 23

Stud Ram

Yearling

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(Scrapie Tag - WY - 18 - 01052 - 8002)

COOK SISTERS 14598 Cook Ranch Rd. HC 68 Box 7, Glad Valley, SD 57644 605-466-2170

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Show Ewe (Sire Clyde Peterson)

Show Ewe

Yearling

1 head

Yearling

2 head

(RR more information sale day)

Range Ram

Yearling

3 head

(All RR tested been on Dakota Test)

SCOTT CRAWFORD FAMILY RAMBOUILLETS 293 121st St., Pipestone, MN 56164 507-215-0488 • scrawford@pipevet.com Lot 27 Lot 28

Stud Ram (Come take a look)

Show Ewe

Yearling

1 head

Lamb

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DRY CREEK RAMBOUILLET- JESSICA STEINMETZ P.O. Box 1239, Hot Springs, SD 57747 605-490-3015

Lot 29 Lot 30 Lot 31 Lot 32 Lot 33 Lot 34 Lot 35

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Yearling Lamb Yearling Yearling Yearling 19

1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head 2 head


RAMBOUILLET

ERK BROS C/O PAUL & BETH ERK 16683 Erk Rd., Newell, SD 57760 605-456-2709 Lot 36 Lot 37 Lot 38 Lot 39 Lot 40

Stud Ram Stud Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Yearling Yearling Yearling

1 head 1 head 3 head 3 head 3 head

(Information available sale day)

CAROLINE FRAMPTON 678 W. Erda Way, Tooele, UT 84074 435-840-4255 Lot 41 Stud Ram (62 fleece, 3rd in gain test) RAMBOUILETT Lot 42 Range Ram

Yearling

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Yearing

1 head

•SHAN GARSON (Josh & Kyla Sanders) 4J Rambouillet 288 Wayside Rd., Bosler, 82031 5225 40th Street, NewWY Salem, ND 58563 307-742-6003 701-843-8808 • jsanders@westriv.com Lot 43 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head Range Y Yearing) 2 Lot 1 (Flock NumberRam Garson 1382 Lot 44 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head (Flock Number Garson 1383 Yearing) • Burton Anderson 17815 334th Ave, Highmore, SD 57345 KETTERLING FAMILY RAMBOUILLETS 605-852-2233 • andfamily@venturecomm.net 10 Megans Way, Gillette, WY 82718 307-257-4934 Lot 2 Stud Ram F 1 Lot 45 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head (Horned, 20 microns, Twin, Nice complete, Overall Ram) Anderson Family • Lot 46 Show Ewe RambouilletYearling 1 head 17815 334th Ave, (18 microns)Highmore, SD 57345 Lot 47 Registered Ewe Yearling 1 head 605-852-2233 • andfamily@venturecomm.net Lot 48 Registered Ewe Lamb 1 head Lot Registered Ewe F Lamb Lot 49 3 Stud Ram 11 head Lot 50 Range Ram Yearling Lot 4 Range Ram F 23 head Lot 51 Range Ram Yearling 1 head

Anderson Family Rambouillet HORNED & POLLED BREEDING STOCK FOR SALE AT ALL TIMES VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME Pheasant Hunting - Vizsla Dogs

(605) 852-2233 17815 334TH AVENUE HIGHMORE, SD 57345

BURTON

E-MAIL: ANDFAMILY@VENTURECOMM.NET

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BRADEN KOPREN RAMBOUILLETS P.O. BOX 339, Bison, SD 57620 605-545-0843 Lot 52 Stud Ram Lamb (NSIP Data Sale Day) Lot 53 Show Ewe Yearling (NSIP Data Sale Day) Lot 54 Show Ewe Lamb • Borcher (NSIP Sheep Data SaleCo. Day)/ Weston Borcher

1 head 1 head 1 head

1017 Road 14, Powell, WY 82435 307-272-5285 • borcher_23@hotmail.com DON LAWSON 6877 Co Rd. 134, Flasher, ND 58535 • Borcher Co. / Ewe Weston Lot 12 SheepShow YBorcher 2 701-527-0839 1017 Road 14, Powell, WY 82435 307-272-5285 • borcher_23@hotmail.com Lot 55 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head • John Bucklin Lot 56 Range Ram Yearling 2 head LotPO 12 Box Show Ewe Y 2 310, Scobey, MT 59263 (Information Available Sale Day) 406-895-7029 •2bucklin@nemont.net

MIKE MCCORMICK • John LotBucklin 13 Range Ram Y PO Box 310, MT 59263 258 Sentinal RockScobey, Rd., Glendo, WY 82213 406-895-7029 •2bucklin@nemont.net 307-331-3259

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• Chapman Rambouillets

LotPO 13 Box Range Ram Y Yearling 3 3 head Lot 57 Range Ram 251, Bison, SD 57620 Lot 58 605-244-7166 Range Ram Yearling 3 head • beauchapman@sdplains.com Lot 59 Range Ram Yearling 3 head

• Chapman Lot 14 Rambouillets Stud Ram Y 1 PO Box 57620L TATE OLLILA Lot 15251, Bison, StudSD Ram 1 605-244-7166 • Show beauchapman@sdplains.com 18838 Ollila SD 57760 Lot 16Rd., Newell, Ewe Y 1 605-456-2235 Lot 17 Show Ewe L 1 LotLot 14 18 Stud RamEwe Y P 1 2 Show LotLot 15 19 Ram RamL Y Yearling 1 3 Range Lot 60 Stud Stud Ram 1 head Lot 16 Show EweRamY Y Yearling 1 3 Range Lot 61 Lot 20 Show Ewe 1 head LotLot 17 21 Show EweRamL Y Yearling 1 3 head Range Lot 62 Range Ram LotLot 18 22 Show EweRamP Y 2 3 Range LotLot 19 23 Range Ram Y Y 3 3 Range Ram ROGER REGEHR LotLot 20 24 Range Ram Y 3 3 Range SD Ram Y 44333 273rd St.,Range Marion, 57043 LotLot 21 25 Ram Y 3 2 Range Ram Y 605-648-3737 Lot 22 Range Ram Y 3 Lot 23 Range Ram Y 3 Lot 63 Ram Ram Y Yearling 3 1 head Lot 24 Stud Range Lot 64 Ewe Ram Y Yearling 2 1 head Lot 25 ShowRange

Lot 65 Lot 66

CHAPMAN RAMBOUILLETS CHAPMAN RAMBOUILLETS Show Ewe Range Ram

Lamb Yearling

1 head 2 head

- Quality Rambouillets since 1967 - Wool Grade 64-70

• Quality Rambouillets since 1967 -Lenard Quality Rambouillets since 1967 • Wool Grade Chapman 64-70 - Wool • Enrolled in Grade NSIP PO Box 34264-70 LenardBison, Chapman SD 57620 PO Box 342Chapman (605) 244-5469 Lenard Bison, PO SD Box 57620 342 (605)Bison, 244-5469 SD 57620 Find us on facebook

Find us on Facebook (605) 244-5469 • Cook Sisters

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Cell: (605) 645-0709 (605) 645-7890

At Erk Ranch, sheep are raised with the commercial sheepman in mind, with an emphasis on weight gain, and wool quality. Our production proven Rams consistently outrank the competition on both the Dakota and Wyoming Ram Test. · · ·

-In 2008 Erk Ranch had the top 2 certified Rams at the Dakota Ram Test -In 2009 Erk Ranch had the top 2 indexing and certified Rams at the Dakota RamTest and the 3rd high certified Ram on the Wyoming Ram Test -2010 wool clip: micron 20.2 with a 60.4% yield

2 STUD RAMS 8 RANGE RAMS EWE Rocky Hill1 Rambouillets

John & Anna Erk Megan Erk John, Anna, & Megan Erk (605) 456-3139 (605)-456-3139

Email: rockyhillrambouillet@hotmail.com

John, Anna, & Megan Erk have put together a great set of breeding ewes. Their foundation ewes were purchased from the top end of the George Erk ewes, and bred to Erk Bros., Garson, & Cunningham rams. Following the Erk Bros. tradition, John, Anna, & Megan are stressing wool production without sacrificing lamb quality. g

2 STUD RAMS 5 RANGE RAMS

Thanks to last year’s buyers: Raenell Taylor Phil Little Bruce Gotfredson Warren Moore Dick Woll Levi Strohschein Ted Steinbach Sam Undem Stratton Sheep Warren Moore Kent Holler Claude Plumb Levi Strohschein Orwick Ranch Gottfredson Ranch

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RAMBOUILLET

BEN PEARSON 302 3rd St. South East, Hettinger, ND 58639 701-928-1400 Lot 67 Lot 68

Stud Ram

Yearling

1 head

(2nd High indexing certified Ram on Dakota Ram Test)

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

ROCKY HILL RAMBOUILLET (C/O John, Anna & Megan Erk) P.O. BOX 397, Newell, SD 57760 605-490-9506 Lot 69 Stud Ram (Info sale day with NSIP data) Lot 70 Stud Ram • Borcher Sheep(Info day) Borcher Co.sale / Weston 101771 Road Powell, WY 82435 Lot 14,Range Ram 307-272-5285 • borcher_23@hotmail.com Lot 72 Range Ram Lot 12

Show Ewe

Y

Yearling

1 head

Lamb

1 head

Yearling Yearling

3 head 2 head

Yearling

1 head

2

SCHALESKY LIVESTOCK 16502 156th St., Faith, SD 57626 • John Bucklin PO Box 310, Scobey, MT 59263 605-866-4686 406-895-7029 •2bucklin@nemont.net

Lot 73 Lot 13

StudRam Ram Y Range

3

(Info sale day)

• Chapman Rambouillets

PO Box 251, Bison, SD 57620 SCHALESKY SHEEP CO 605-244-7166 16502 156th• beauchapman@sdplains.com St., Faith, SD 57626 605-866-4686 Lot 14 Stud Ram Y 1 Lot 15

Stud Ram L 1 Show Ewe Y 1 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head Show Ewe L 1 Show P 2 (InfoEwe sale day) Lot 19 Range Ram Y 3 Lot 20 Range Ram Y 3 WILLE Lot 21 RANCH Range Ram Y 3 Lot Box 22 Range Ram Y 3 P.O. 770961, Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 Lot 23 Range Ram Y 3 970-846-4365 • rod.wille@probuild.com Lot 24 Range Ram Y 3 Lot 25 Range Ram Y 2

Lot 16 Lot 74 Lot 17 Lot 18

Schalesky Family Rambouillet

Lot 75 Lot 76 Lot 77

Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Yearling Yearling

CHAPMAN RAMBOUILLETS

5 head 4 head 3 head

- Quality Rambouillets since 1967 - Wool Grade 64-70

Lenard Chapman PO Box 342 Bison, SD 57620

(605) 244-5469

Find us on facebook

Rams & Ewes Bred for Super:

üFine Wool • Cook Sisters HC68 Box 7, Glad Valley, SD 57644Length Clip üStaple 605-466-2170 üMilk

Lot 26 Stud Ram Y üTwins1 Lot 27 Show Ewe Y 1 Lot 28 16502Show EweSt.,Faith, Y 2 156th SD 57626 • (605) 866-4686 Lot 29 Range Ram Y 2 Lot 30 Range Ram Y 2 23


KITZAN SHEEP  &  JHK  Sheep   Suffolk’s  &  Prime  SAMM  Sheep   www.KitzanSheep.com  

Get the  most  results  with  purebred  SAMMs.  Our   foundation  flock  was  started  in  1999,  and  is  your   source  for  purebred  SAMMs.         We  will  be  selling  two  pens  of  2  SAMM  yearling   ram  and  a  pen  of  2  SAMM  lambs.         Kitzan  Sheep  and  JHK  SAMM  Studs  On  grass    

Kitzan Sheep  Suffolks   We  will  be  selling  3  pens  of  two  range  Suffolk   yearling  rams       NSIP  (National  Sheep  Improvement  Program)   data  and  indexes  on  the  Suffolk’s  and   NSIP/Lambplan  data  and  indexes  on  the  SAMM’s   will  be  posted  at  the  sale.    

These range  rams  are  ready  to  work  for   you.        

Kitzan Sheep                          JHK  Sheep   Dwight  &  Gwendolyn  Kitzan        Joshua  &  Heather  Kitzan   18293  Sheep  Corner  Road              18075  Mail  Road   Nisland,  SD  57762                        Nisland,  SD  57762   605-­‐257-­‐2105                          605-­‐257-­‐2857   605-­‐430-­‐1593  Dwight’s  Cell          605-­‐430-­‐3560  Josh’s  cell   Emails:     Dwight@kitzansheep.com          Johua@kitzansheep.com      

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PRIME SAMM

JHK SHEEP (Joshua & Heather Kitzan) 18075 Mail Road, Nisland, SD 57762 605-430-3560 • www.kitzansheep.com Lot 78

Range Ram

Lamb

2 head

(Complete EBV’s & actual data will be posted sale day & on our family website www.kitzansheep.com or on Facebook Kitzan & JHK Sheep)

KITZAN SHEEP (Dwight & Gwendolyn Kitzan) 18293 Sheep Corner Rd., Nisland, SD 57762 605-257-2105 or (cell) 605-430-1593 Lot 79

Range Ram

Yearling

2 head

(Complete EBV’s & actual data will be posted sale day & on our family website www.kitzansheep.com or on Facebook Kitzan & JHKSheep)

TARGHEE

2015 Champion Targhee Ram, C & D Targhee, Manderson, WY

2015 Champion Targhee Ewe, Jon Beastrom Family, Pierre, SD

JON BEASTRON 20345 293 Ave., Pierre, SD 57501 605-280-8120

Lot 80 Lot 81 Lot 82 Lot 83 Lot 84 Lot 85

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Fall Lamb Yearling Fall Lamb Yearling Fall Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head

Yearling

2 head

Yearling Yearling

3 head 2 head

JOHN BUCKLIN Box 310, Scobey, MT 59263 406-895-7029 Lot 86

Range Ram

LEVI BUCKLIN Box 8, Redstone, MT 59257 406-475-2627 Lot 87 Lot 88

Range Ram Range Ram 25


TARGHEE

C&D TARGHEE CARL NIELSEN 4605 Rd. 411/2 , ManDerson, WY 82423 307-469-2244

Lot 89 Lot 90 Lot 91 Lot 92

Stud Ram Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Yearling Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head

Yearling

1 head

KOPREN TARGHEE P.O. Box 339, Bison, SD 57620 605-545-0842

Lot 93

Stud Ram

(USA Range Index 104.2 -1.5 YFD, more info sale day)

Lot 94

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

(USA Range Index 106.9, NLB 13.9, YGFW 12.3, more info sale day)

Lot 95

Show Ewe

Yearling

1 head

(USA Range Index 104.2 +23.5 YGFW +23.5, more info sale day)

Lot 96

Show Ewe

Yearling

(USA Range Index 103.4 -1.3 YGFW -1.3, more info sale day)

Lot 97 Range Ram (EBV’s & Micron data on sale day) Lot 98 Range Ram (EBV’s & Micron data on sale day)

1 head

Yearling

2 head

Yearling

3 head

COLUMBIA

2015 Champion Columbia Ram, Borcher Sheep Company, Powell WY.

2015 Champion Columbia Ewe, Blaha Columbias, Avon, SD

A & K COLUMBIAS 753 Morrissey Rd., Newcastle, WY 82701 307-746-9416 Lot 99 Lot 100 Lot 101

Stud Ram Range Ram Range Ram (more info sale day)

Yearling Yearling Yearling

1 head 4 head 4 head

BORCHER SHEEP CO. (Weston Borcher) 1330 Lane 10, Powell, WY 82435 307-272-5285 Lot 102 Lot 103 Lot 104

Stud Ram Show Ewe Range Ram

Fall Lamb Yearling 26

1 head 1 head 3 he


COLUMBIA

CAROLINE FRAMPTON 678 W. Erda Way, Tooele, UT 84074 435-840-4255

Lot 105 Lot 106 Lot 107 Lot 108 Lot 109 Lot 110 Lot 111

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Yearling Yearling Yearling Yearling Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head 3 head 5 head

Yearling

1 head

N.D.S.U. - H.R.E.C. Box 1377, Hettinger, ND 58639 701-567-4323 Lot 112

Stud Ram

DON LAWSON 6877 Co Rd. 134, Flasher, ND 58535 701-527-0839 Lot 113 Stud Ram Yearling (more info sale day) Lot 114 Range Ram Yearling MARSHALL STOCK FARM (Jim Marshall) 3030 123rd Ave., SE, Oriska, ND 58063 701-845-2744

1 head

Lot 115 Lot 116

1 head 2 head

Stud Ram Range Ram

Yearling Yearling

3 head

SANDY SHEEP COMPANY P.O. Box 685, Woodlake, NE 69221 303-816-0827 Lot 117

Stud Ram

Yearling

1 head

STEINMETZ COLUMBIAS (Colter Steinmetz) P.O. Box 1239, Hot Springs, SD 57747 605-490-3015 Lot 118 Lot 119 Lot 120 Lot 121 Lot 122 Lot 123

Stud Ram Yearling Stud Ram Lamb Show Ewe Yearling Show Ewe Lamb Range Ram Yearling Range Ram Yearling (Information availble sale day)

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1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head


COLUMBIA

RICKWOOD SHEEP FARMS 457 Ben Morris Rd., Priest River, ID 83856 208-263-9381 Lot 124 Lot 125

Stud Ram Yearling 1 head (Sire: Rickabaugh 309, Dam: Rickabaugh 1793) Range Ram Yearling 2 head

MARSHALL STOCK FARM 3030 123rd Ave. SE, Oriska, ND 58063 701-845-2744 Lot 126 Stud Ram Yearling Lot 127 Range Ram Yearling W.R. SHEEP CO. (Wilson Renner) P.O. Box 271, Meeteetse, WY 82433 307-868-2335

1 head 2 head

Lot 128 Lot 129 Lot 130

Yearling

1 head

Yearling

1 head

Yearling

4 head

Stud Ram (2/18/15 Reg. # Y10796)

Stud Ram

(2/21/15 Reg. # Y10801)

Range Ram

CORRIEDALES 2015 Champion Corridale Ram, Freisz Corriedales, New Salem, ND

2015 Champion Corridale Ewe, Phillippi Corridale, Hammond, MT

FRIESZ CORRIEDALES (Joana Friesz) P.O. Box 67, New Salem, ND 58563 701-400-8744 Lot 131 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head (2/12/16) Lot 132 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head (2/18/16) (Bred same as of Junior Champion Ram at 2016 National Sale in Sedalia. Sire was 2014 Supreme Ram at ND State Fair)

Lot 133 Show Ewe Lamb 1 head (2/16/16, Sired by Friesz 502- Champion Ram 2015, NAILE Jr., Show) Lot 134 Show Ewe Lamb 1 head (2/8/16, Sired by Friesz 417 (2015 Champion Corriedale Ram @ Newell

& Res. Nat. Champion in Minot, ND)

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CORRIEDALES

BRUCE HOFFMAN & FAMILY 36231 US Hwy 212, Rockham, SD 57470 605-472-0856 Lot 135 Lot 136 Lot 137

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe

Yearing Fall Yearing

1 head 1 head 1 head

(Information sale day)

PHILLIPPI CORRIEDALES 2421 Hammond Rd., Hammond, MT 59332 406-427-5280

Lot 138 Lot 139 Lot 140 Lot 141

Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Show Ewe

Lamb Yearling Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head

BOB & DEB SCHROTH 5899 SCR 157, Strasburg, CO 80136 (C) 720-810-4335 • (H) 303-622-4617

Lot 142 Lot 143 Lot 144

Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe

Yearling Yearling Lamb

POLYPAY

1 head 1 head 1 head

BRYCE FREKING 924 35th St., Ceylon, MN 56121 605-310-0733 • E-Mail FrekingPolypay@gmail.com Lot 145

Range Ram

Lamb

3 head

ANTHONY HENKE 27545 Hwy Y, Princeton, MO 64673 660-748-5742 Lot 146

Range Ram

(NSIP Data available sale day)

Lamb

WOOL FIBER ANALYSIS

3 head

Dr. Chris Schauer and Alison Crane from NDSU, Hettinger Research and Extension Center will provide free Micron wool testing for all show and sale entries. Bring a wool sample from home for analysis at $2.50 per sample. 29


SUFFOLK

2015 Champion Suffolk Ram, Randy Dombek, Ivanhoe, MN

2015 Champion Suffolk Ewe, DeZeeuw Suffolk, Elkton, SD

ROBERT AMUNDSON 2451 37th St. NE, Larimore, ND 58251 218-779-7631 • 701-343-2862

Lot 147 Lot 148 Lot 149 Lot 150 Lot 151 Lot 152 Lot 153 Lot 154 Lot 155 Lot 156 Lot 157

Stud Ram Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Reg. Ewe Reg. Ewe Reg. Ewe Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Yearling Lamb Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 3 head 3 head 3 head 3 head

RON ARNDT 11775 CO Rd. 5O, Norwood, MN 55368 952-466-5876 Lot 158

Range Ram

Fall

2 head

NOTES: ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 30


SUFFOLK

BRAASCH LAND & LIVESTOCK (Red & Rev. Dr. Cathi Braasch) 73943 Rd. 433, Elwood, NE 68937 308-991-8613

Lot 159 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head (A typey, mid-March twin by our DeZeeuw stud out of a home-raised ewe.

The sire was DeZeeuw’s 1st place Fall Stud Ram Lamb at the 2015 Newell Ram Sale. We can’t find anything we don’t like about him. He’s correct on his feet & legs, strong over the top line & into the hind saddle, wellbalanced, well-muscled, & an easy keeper with classic Suffolk breed character, a mellow yet alert presence. His first lamb crop came easy, got up quickly & look a lot like their sire. Just weaned off as of entry deadline.)

Lot 160

Show Ewe

Fall

1 head

(Last of the late Great Expectations’ daughters to be offered. Half-sister to our 2015 Newell Res. Champ female. Home-raised dam is a natural fall-lamber. GREAT EXPECTIONS Res. Champion Suffolk ram at the 2012 Big Ohio Sale, stamped exceptional length & muscle on his lambs & left us with a fine group of daughters before his untimely death last August. Our Oak Hill (Pat Hodges) ram filled the gap admirably for the early Spring 2016 season until we could bring in our new DeZeeuw ram, who stood 1st in his Fall clas at the 2015 Newell stud ram show & sale. Read more about this impressive ram in notes about our ram consignment.)

(A mid-to-late March ewe lamb to be selected from our keeper pen; by either our late Oak Hill ram or our new DeZeeuw stud. Home-raised dam.)

Lot 161

Lot 162

Show Ewe

Lamb

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

2 head

(A pair of keeper-quality March ewe lambs, half-sisters or better, to start your purebred flock, or breed them to your fine stud ram & a new ewe family.)

(We had a bumper crop, percentage wise, of ewe lambs in Fall 2015 & Spring 2016, so we’re glad to be able to offer a few more of our practical, unpampered females for sale, then usual.)

Lot 163 Lot 164

Range Ram Range Ram

Lamb Lamb

2 head 2 head

COUSINS SUFFOLKS 803 23rd St NE, Lemmon, SD 57638 701-376-3115 Lot 165 Lot 166

Stud Ram Stud Ram

Yearling Lamb

(Multiple Births, ready for service)

1 head 1 head

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SUFFOLK

RUFUS & PATTY DEZEEUW 21315 US Hwy 14, Elkton, SD 57026 605-690-8269 • DeZeeuwFarm.com Lot 167

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

(Sired by Breezeview 153 Grand Champion Suffolk Ram 2014 Midwest Stud Ram Sale)

Lot 168

Show Ewe

(Feb. lamb sired by Breezeview 153)

(Feb. lamb sired by Kimm B2 1104-14209)

Lot 169 Lot 170 Lot 171

Lamb

Show Ewe

Lamb

Range Ram Range Ram

Fall Lamb

1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head

(More information at www.DeZeeuwfarm.com)

RANDY DOMBEK FAMILY 2422 290th St., Ivanhoe, MN 56142 507-530-5938 Lot 172

Stud Ram

(Sired by “Wolfman” sire of our champion ram last year)

Lot 173

Yearling

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head 1 head

DeZeeuw

Rufus & Patty DeZeeuw Elkton, SD ~ 605-690-8269

farms

Our thanks to 2015 judge Jim Marshall for selecting our Hampshire ewe lamb for Grand Champion Ewe ~ and special thanks to Rachel Blaha for selecting our ewe lamb to add to her flock.

Also thanks to these producers who selected our Suffolk or Hampshire genetics to use in their flocks: Dewayne Adams, SD Jesse Driskill, WY Keith Gebhart, WY Phil Little, WY Braasch Land & Livestock, NE Visit our website for more information and pictures of all our sheep consigned to this years sale.

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SUFFOLK

DREHER FAMILY SUFFOLK (Ronald Dreher) 39 Diamond Lane, Great Fall, MT 59465 406-781-5107 Lot 174 Lot 175 Lot 176 Lot 177 Lot 178 Lot 179

Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Reg. Ewe Range Ram Range Ram

Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 head 2 head

(Information on sale day)

KEITH & DEB GEBHART 14 Lowery Ranch Rd., Gillette, WY 82718 605-280-4468 Lot 180 Lot 181 Lot 182 Lot 183

Stud Ram (Twin sired by Van Dyke Ram)

Stud Ram

(Twin sired by Van Dyke Ram)

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

Lamb

1 head

Lamb

1 head

(Twin- Misterek - Van Dyke Blood Lines)

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

(Twin- Misterek - Van Dyke Blood Lines)

KYREN GEBHART 14 Lowery Ranch Rd., Gillette, WY 82718 605-280-6542 Lot 184 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head (Has bloodlines going back to Van Dyke on rams side & Juntunen on ewes side) Lot 185 Show Ewe Lamb 1 head Lot 186 Show Ewe Lamb 1 head JEREMY & HEIDI GESKE 31307 171st Ave., New Prague, MN 56071 6012-756-1200 Lot 187 Stud Ram Lamb (Sire: “Winter is Coming”, Dam’s Sire: “Pokerr Face”) Lot 188 Show Ewe Lamb (Sire: “Winter is Coming”, Dam’s Sire: “Pokerr Face”) Lot 189 Range Ram Lamb (Grandsons of MSULS) MICHAEL GESKE 31307 171st Ave., New Prasue, MN 56071 612-756-1200

1 head

Lot 190 Lot 191

1 head

Stud Ram

Lamb

(Sire goes back to MSU 152, Dam’s Sire Captain Jack)

Range Ram

Lamb

(NSIP & Performance Data available sale day)

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1 head 2 head

2 head


SUFFOLK

HALEY SHEEP CO P.O. Box 2, Shell, WY 82441 307-765-9626 Lot 192 Lot 193

Stud Ram (RR-N N Ram- Registered)

Stud Ram

Yearling

1 head

Yearling

1 head

(RR-N N Ram- Registered) (Both are very thick & long rams, great bones)

DAVID JUNTUNEN 43450 187th St., Bryant, SD 57221 605-880-6372 Lot 194

Range Ram

Lamb

2 head

Lamb Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 3 head

DUANE JUNTUNEN 18659 439 Ave., Bryant, SD 57221 605-881-3374 Lot 195 Lot 196 Lot 197

Stud Ram Show Ewe Range Ram (Information sale day)

KITZAN SHEEP (Dwight & Gwendolyn Kitzan) 18293 Sheep Corner Rd., Nisland, SD 57762 605-257-2105 • (c) 605-430-1593 • kitzansheep.com Lot 198 Range Ram Yearling Lot 199 Range Ram Yearling Lot 200 Range Ram Yearling (Complete EBV’s & actual dara will be posted sale day on our family

2 head 2 head 2 head

website www.kitzan.com & JHK Sheep)

DAVE PEARSON 302 3rd St. SE, Hettinger, ND 58639 701-928-1410 Lot 201 Lot 202 Lot 203

Range Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe

Lamb Yearling Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head

PRAIRIE ROSE SUFFOLKS (Gayle Lucas) 21 Prairie Rose Ln., Philipsburg, MT 59858 406-381-3191 • www.prairierosesuffolks.com Lot 204 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head (Top Quality stud prospect. RR/NN) Lot 205 Range Ram Lamb 3 head Lot 206 Range Ram Lamb 3 head (For up to date information on ll our entries go to prairierosesuffolks.com)

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SUFFOLK

SADDLE CREEK SUFFOLKS 46716 272nd St., Tea, SD 57064 605-553-5738

Lot 207 Lot 208 Lot 209

Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram

Lamb Lamb Lamb

1 head 2 head 2 head

CONNIE SCOTT 39 Diamond Lane, Great Fall, MT 59405 406-781-5107

Lot 210 Lot 211 Lot 212

Stud Ram Stud Ram Range Ram

Yearling Lamb Lamb

1 head 1 head 2 head

Since 1973 …

Practical Suffolks for the Range and Ring.

Range Rams + Stud Rams + Foundation Ewes

Red & Rev. Dr. Cathi Braasch 73943 Road 433 Elwood, NE 68937 308.991.8613 prcihb@gmail.com

Braasch Land and Livestock

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HAMPSHIRE

2015 Champion Hampshire Ewe, 2015 Champion Hampshire Ram, Promise Kept Farm, Cannon Falls, MN DeZeeuw Farms, Elkton, Elkton, SD

TRAVIS BELL 12787 CR 19A, Fordville, ND 58231 701-360-1597 Lot 213 Lot 214

Stud Ram

Lamb

(Rams will be sired by Hubbard Roselawn)

Range Ram

Lamb

1 head 3 head

(Information sale day)

BORCHER SHEEP CO (Weston Borcher) 1330 Lane 10, Powell, WY 82435 307-272-5285

Lot 215 Lot 216 Lot 217 Lot 218 Lot 219

Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe Range Ram Range Ram

Yearling Yearling Lamb Yearling Lamb

1 head 1 head 2 head 3 head 3 head

CHAPMAN HAMPSHIRES P.O. Box 251, Bison, SD 57680 605-244-7166 • beauchapman@sdplains.com Lot 220 Lot 221 Lot 222 Lot 223

Stud Ram Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

Lamb Lamb Lamb Lamb

1 head 2 head 2 head 2 head

TIM & KATHY COSS 207 E. Water St., Cannon Falls, MN 55009 507-202-0039 Lot 224 Stud Ram Fall 1 head (ET Brother to Powerbuilt Ohio Jr. Champion Ram out of Gordeneer Ewe) Lot 225 Stud Ram Yearling 1 head Lot 226 Show Ewe Yearling 1 head

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RUFUS & PATTY DEZEEUW 21315 US Hwy 14, Elkton, SD 57026 605-690-8269 • www.DeZeeuwFarm.com Lot 227

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 228

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

(Moderately farmed; good Hampshire breed character)

Lot 229 Lot 230

(Feb. lamb sired by Bobendrier 14-56)

Range Ram Range Ram

Lamb Lamb

2 head 2 head

RANDY DOMBEK 2422 290th St., Ivanhoe, MN 56142 507-530-5938 • rdombek@hotmail.com • Marcia & Loren Stulken

PO231 Box 187, SD 57345 Lot StudHighmore, Ram Yearling 1 head 605-852-2348 • lmstulken@venturecomm.net Lot 232 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head Lot 233 Show Ewe Lamb 1 head

Lot 144

Stud Ram

L

1

DON DREWRY 3105 250st E., Farmington, MN 55024 651-894-3466 Hampshire

Lot 234 Range Ram Lamb Sheep Borcher) • Borcher (Twins bornCo. Jan. 5,(Weston 2016)

2 head

1017 Rd. 14, Powell,SireWY 82435 ISU 4118 EBVS & Accuracy 307-272-5285 • borcher_23@hotmail.com

Tag 16181

BW -.08/62

WW 1.3/63

PWWT 1.8/67

PFat -1.2/64

Lot 145 Stud Ram Y .01/63 1.6/63 Ewe 3.0/67 Y -2.0/64 146 Show Lot 147 Show Ewe L JAMES VALLEYRange STOCKRam FARML Lot 148 7377 Lamoure, ND 58458 LotCO 149Rd 60,Range Ram Y Tag 16182 Lot

PEMD 2.1/64

1

Carcass 137.8

1.8/71 1

2 3 2

143.1

701-883-4212 • jamesvalleystockfarm@hotmail.com •Lot 235 Stud Ram Lamb 1 head Chapman Hampshires (RRPO twin 2/4/16, Weaning Weight 94lbs., 120 Day Weight 159lbs., sired by Plaza Box 251, Bison, SD 57620

Hamps ram, wooly, correct & w/ performance)

605-244-7166 • beauchapman@sdplains.com

Lot 236 Show Ewe Yearling (RR twin BD 3/11/915) Lot237 150 Show Stud Ram L Lamb Lot Ewe Lot 151 Show Ewe L (RR twin BD 2/8/16, sire Plaza Hamps) Lot 152 Ewe L Lamb Lot 238 Range Ram

1 head

11 head 1 22 head

(We will have photos & information on our Facebook page James Valley Stockfarm)

Enrolled in MSIP 20 years of Raising Quality Hampshires Find Us on Facebook

430-5811

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HAMPSHIRE

DAVID JUNTUNEN 43950 187th St., Bryant, SD 57227 605-880-6372

Lot 239

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 240

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

Range Ram

Lamb

2 head

(Sired by Bobendrier Boys 15-16. Good bone, body & breed type)

(Sired by Bobendrier Boys 15-16. Good bone, & breed type)

Lot 241

KIRSCHTEN SHEEP FARM 5060 Jefferson Ave., Alton, IA 51003 712-395-0377 Lot 242

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 243

Range Ram

Lamb

2 head

(Morderate, correct & stout) (QRNN per Gene Check; these Rams have had Generations of moderate correct thick bloodlines behind them. My Ewes are fed limited amounts of grain. Roughage is grass hay & cornstalks. These Rams have been grown out not fed out. Free chocie grass hay since weaning & moderate amounts of grain. There will be ready to work & have worked for the commerical man in my area for years)

(These two are sired by my Ram from Mike Kleinert. Very correct, moderate & stout. Both have been tested RR by Genecheck. Our Flock is deep in Miller & Cabaniss Breeding. )

NICK & KAREN MANEOTIS Box 1698, Craig, CO 81626 570-629-2719 Lot 244

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 245 Lot 246 Lot 247 Lot 248

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

Lamb Lamb Lamb

2 head 2 head 2 head

Yearling

1 head

(February born)

(February born)

Range Ram Range Ram Range Ram

REID MERRILL 2163 250 St., Canby, MN 56220 407-829-4319 Lot 249

Stud Ram

(Sire: Houghtaling “No Show” RR, Dam: Dombek 2565 RR. A big sound ram, good length.)

PETERSON SHEEP CO. (Doug & Lindi) 803 - 23rd St., NE, Lemmon, SD 57638 701-376-3115 Lot 250

Stud Ram

Yearling

1 head

Lot 251 Lot 252 Lot 253

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

Lambs Lambs

2 head 3 head

(Heavy boned thick made)

(multiple births)

Range Ram Range Ram

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MY MONTADALES (Craig and Kendra Fleck) 47289 Hwy 324 Brookings, SD 57006 814-441-0980 • facebook.com/mymontadales Lot 254 Lot 255 Lot 256

Stud Ram Show Ewe Show Ewe

Lamb Yearling Lamb

1 head 1 head 1 head

(Ewe will be of the same quality we have been bringing)

Lot 257 Range Ram Lamb 2 head (Production inforamation all Rams available Saturday. Rams can be viewed

closer to sale day at My Montadales on Facebook)

DORSET

Champion Dorset Ram, Promise Kept Farm, Cannon Falls, MN

RON ARNDT 11775 CO Rd. 50, Norwood, MN 55368 952-466-5876 Lot 258

Range Ram

Fall

2 head

BURTON ANDERSON 17815 334th Ave., Highmore, SD 57345 605-852-2233

Lot 259

Range Ram

Fall Lamb 1 head

TRAVIS BELL 12787 CO Rd. 19A, Fordville, ND 58231 701-360-1597

Lot 260 Stud Ram Fall 1 head (Thick made natural fleshing Ram. Information available sale day) TIM & KATHY COSS 207 E. Water St., Cannon Falls, MN 55009 507-202-0039 Lot 261

Show Ewe

Yearling

1 head

TRIPLE K DORSETS 239 34th Ave., Brookings, SD 57006 605-695-5980 Lot 262

Lot 263

Show Ewe

Fall

1 head

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

(Very complete showy fall ewe)

(Nice length, should be great yearling show ewe or brood ewe)

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ROBERT VANDER SCHAAF 4244 Ironwood Ave., Orange City, IA 51041 712-395-1806

Lot 264

Range Ram

Yearling

2 head

(White Tay 6 is out of Tom Manning that was a son of his Slack Ram. Born 3/16/15 Twin RR. Purple Tag 7 is out of an AMYX Ram and a Leonard influence ewe. He is very well muscled, especially in the hind quarters. Born 4/21/15 RR Triplet)

SOUTHDOWN 2015 Champion Southdown Ram, Kyren Gebhart, Gillette, WY

KYREN GEBHART 14 Lowery Ranch Rd., Gillette, WY 82718 605-280-6542 Lot 265

Stud Ram

Yearling

1 head

Lot 266

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 267

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

(Both sire & dam lineage relate back to Fullers flock) (Fuller bloodlines on both sire and dam) (sire & dam lineage back to Fullers)

KEITH & DEB GEBHART 14 Lowery Ranch Rd., Gillette, WY 82718 605-280-4468 Lot 268

Stud Ram

Lamb

1 head

Lot 269

Show Ewe

Lamb

1 head

(Big boned meaty growthy lamb) (Nice meaty lamb)

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Previous Grand Champions - Show Winners Grand Champion Stud Rams: 1949 - Hampshire - Frank Swope, Orient, SD 1950 - No Show and Sale 1951 - Hampshire - Frank Swope, Orient, SD 1952 - Rambouillet - Thomas & Pfister & Sons, Node, WY 1953 - Hampshire - Frank Swope, Orient, SD 1954 - Rambouillet - Dr. R.I. Port, Sundance, WY 1955 - Rambouillet - Dr. R.I. Port, Sundance, WY 1956 - Corriedale - Herbert E. Sabin, Node, WY 1957 - Hamphire - Frank Swope, Orient, WY 1958 - Corriedale - Harley & Nellie Martin, Casper, WY 1959 - Corriedale - Mary Martin, Casper, WY 1960 - Targhee - Leonard Wilson & Son, Newell, SD 1961 - Targhee - Leonard Wilson & Son, Newell, SD 1962 - Columbia - Joseph Pfister, Node, WY 1963 - Corriedale - Art King, Cheyenne, WY 1964 - Targhee - Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1965 - Corriedale - Art King, Cheyenne, WY 1966 - Columbia - Hettinger Experiment Station, Hettinger, ND 1967 - Suffolk - John D. Misterek, Harrold, SD 1968 - Corriedale, Harold Tysdal, Newcastle, WY 1969 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1970 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1971 - Rambouillet - Glenn A. Brown, Spearfish, SD 1972 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1973 - Corriedale - Harley Martin, Pavillion, WY 1974 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1975 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1976 - Suffolk - Stanley Wellner, Miller, SD 1977 - Corriedale - Harley Martin, Pavillion, WY 1978 - Corriedale - Bruce Hoffman, Rockham, SD 1979 - Columbia - Steven Kitzan, Richardton, ND 1980 - Targhee - Leonard Wilson, Newell, SD 1981 - Suffolks - James E. Marshall, Oriska, ND 1982 - Columbia - Lynn Frey, Granville, ND 1983 - Rambouillet - Lenard Champman, Bison, SD 1984 - Rambouillet - Connie Oliver, Newell, SD 1985 - Rambouillet - Connie Oliver, Newell, SD 1986 - Hampshire - Kirby Chapman, Bison, SD 1987 - Corriedale - Lester & Renetta Phillippi, Hammond, MT 1988 - Columbia - Harold Osborne, Wimbledon, ND 1989 - Rambouillet - Joel & Jackie Rehm, Park Rapids, MT 1990 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1991 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1992 - Suffolk - DuWayne Swenson, Dawnson, MN 1993 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1994 - Suffolk - Wes Limesand, Fargo, ND 1995 - Columbia - Marshall Bros., Oriska, ND 1996 - Rambouillet - Anderson Family Ranch, Highmore, SD 1997 - Suffolk - Jason & Alicia Knutson, Centerville, SD 1998 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1999 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 2000 - Rambouillet - Rabel Rambouillet, Cheyenne, WY 2001 - Rambouillet - Lance & Dustin Frey, Franville, ND 2002 - Rambouillet - Lance & Dustin Frey, Franville, ND 2003 - Columbia - Marshall Stock Farm, Oriska, ND 2004 - Rambouillet - Sutherland Sheep Co., Hillsdale, WY 2005 - Rambouillet - Willie Ranch - Oak Creek, CO 2006 - Rambouillet - Shan Garson - Bosler, WY 2007 - Hampshire - Champman Hampshire’s, Bison, SD 2008 - Rambouillet - Sutherland Sheep Co., Hillsdale, WY 2009 - Rambouillet - Ian Forbes-McGivney, Kaycee, WY 2010 - Suffolk - Yetter Suffolk’s - LaGrange, WY 2011 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillets, Bison, SD 2012 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillets, Bison, SD 2013 - Hampshire - Coss, Cannon Falls, MN 2014 - Rambouillet - Ian Forbes-McGivney, Kaycee, WY 2015 - Rambouillet - Regehr Sheep, Marion, SD

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Previous Grand Champions - Show Winners Grand Champion Ewes:

1960 - Targhee - Leonard & Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1961 - Targhee - Leonard & Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1962 - Targhee - Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1963 - Targhee - Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1964 - Targhee - Dick Wilson, Newell, SD 1965 - Suffolk - George Wellner, Miller, SD 1966 - Suffolk - Robert Weber, Strandburg, SD 1967 - Suffolk - John H. Misterek, Harrold, SD 1968 - Suffolk - Teri Ann Eatherton, Upton, WY 1969 - Suffolk - John H. Misterek, Harrold, SD 1970 - Rambouillet - Glenn A. Brown, Spearfish, SD 1971 - Columbia - Jim Perino, Newcastle, WY 1972 - Suffolk - Robert Weber, Strandburg, SD 1973 - Columbia - Wray Hall, Lebanon, SD 1974 - Suffolk - J.R. & Helen Mitchell, Clearmont, WY 1975 - Suffolk - Robert Weber, Strandburg, SD 1976 - Rambouillet - Eden Tompkins, Highmore, SD 1977 - Rambouillet - Erk Bros, Newell, SD 1978 - Suffolk - Tom Misterek, Harrold, SD 1979 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1980 - Columbia - Freeburg Columbias (Troy), Albin, WY 1981 - Suffolk - John H. Misterek, Harrold, SD 1982 - Suffolk - James A Sauerman, Hammond, WI 1983 - Suffolk - DuWayne Swenson, Dawson, MN 1984 - Rambouillet - Matthew Benz, Beulah, ND 1985 - Suffolk - DuWayne Swenson, Dawnson, MN 1986 - Suffolk - J.R. & Helen Mitchell, Clearmont, WY 1987 - Suffolk - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1988 - Suffolk - J.R. & Helen Mitchell, Clearmont, WY 1989 - Suffolk - Lyn Yexley (Dakota Suffolks) Bradley, SD 1990 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1991 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1992 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 1993 - Columbia - Twin Creek Ranch, Proctor, MT 1994 - Suffolk - Spronk Bros. (Leon/Gordon), Edgerton, MN 1995 - Rambouillet - Randy Oliver, Newell, SD 1996 - Suffolk - Spronk Bros. (Leon/Gordon), Edgerton, MN 1997 - Rambouillet - Connie Oliver, Newell, SD 1998 - Suffolk - Orville Corey, Whitewood, SD 1999 - Suffolk - Dave Pearson, Hettinger, ND 2000 - Rambouillet - Sutherland Sheep co. (Ron), Hillsdale, WY 2001 - Suffolk - Dave Pearson, Hettinger, ND 2002 - Suffolk - DeZeeuw Suffolks (Rufus/Patty) Elkton, SD 2003 - Rambouillet - Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 2004 - Suffolk - Robert Amundson, Larimore, ND 2005 - Rambouillet - Robert Amundson, Larimore, ND 2006 - Suffolk - Dave Pearson, Hettinger, ND 2007 - Rambouillet - Ben Pearson, Hettinger, ND 2008 - Hampshire - David Juntunen, Vienna, SD 2009 - Rambouillet -Roger Regehr, Marion, SD 2010 - Rambouillet - Cook Sisters, Glad Valley, SD 2011 - Suffolk - Robert Amundson Family, Larimore, ND 2012 - Rambouillet - Anderson Family Ranch, Highmore, SD 2013 - Hampshire - Chapman Hampshire, Bison, SD 2014 - Rambouillet - WW Sheep Co., Baldwin, ND 2015 - Hampshire - DeZeeuw Farms, Elkton, SD

Previous Grand Champions - Show Winners Grand Champion Pair of Ewes: 2006 - Rambouillet - Erk Brothers, Newell, SD 2007 - Rambouillet - Erk Brothers, Newell, SD 2008 - Rambouillet - TJ & Sonya Swan, Newell, SD 2009 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillet, Bison, SD 2010 - Rambouillet - Erk Brothers, Newell, SD 2011 - Rambouillet - Sutherland Sheep Co., Hillsdale, WY 2012 - Rambouillet - Erk Brothers, Newell, SD 2013 - Rambouillet - Scott Crawford, Pipestone, MN

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2014 - Rambouillet - Scott Crawford, Pipestone, MN 2015 - Rambouillet - Cook Sisters, Glad Valley, SD

Previous Grand Champions - Show Winners Grand Champion Fleeces: 2006 - Fine Wool Ram - Cormo - Rebecca McEune, Broadus, MT 2007 - Fine Wool Ram - Rambouillet - Ian Mcgivney-Forbes,Kaycee, WY 2007 - Fine Wool Ewe - Rambouillet - Ian Mcgivney-Forbes, Kaycee, WY 2007 - Medium Wool Ram - Cheviot - Barb Uhrig, Newell, SD 2007 - Medium Wool Ewe - Columbia - Riesland Columbia’s, Vale, SD 2008 - Fine Wool Ram - Rambouillet - Jim Forbes, Kaycee, WY 2008 - Fine Wool Ewe - Rambouillet - Ian Mcgivney-Forbes, Kaycee, WY 2008 - Medium Wool Ram - Cheviot - Barb Uhrig, Newell, SD 2008 - Medium Wool Ewe - Targhee - Marcia Stulken, Highmore, SD 2008 - Overall Champion - Rambouillet - Jim Forbes, Kaycee, WY 2009 - Fine Wool Ram - Rambouillet - Erk Bros. Newell, SD 2009 - Fine Wool Ewe - Rambouillet - Erk Bros. Newell, SD 2009 - Medium Wool Ram - Cheviot - Barb Urhig, Newell, SD 2009 - Medium Wool Ewe - Rambouillet - Gary Babb, Newell, SD 2009 - Champion Colored - Gary Babb, Newell, SD 2009 - Overall Champion - Rambouillet - Erk Bros., Newell, SD 2010 - Fine Wool - Polypay - LeRoy Kindler, Newell, SD 2010 - Medium Wool - Targhee - Brandon Hinker, Brookings, SD 2010 - Spinner - Gary Babb, Newell, SD 2010 - Natural Colored - Gary Babb, Newell, SD 2010 - Overall Champion - Polypay - LeRoy Kindler, Newell, SD 2011 - Fine Wool - Rambouillet - Erk Brothers, Newell, SD, 2011 - Medium Wool - Targhee - Katie Denke, Wessington Springs, SD 2011 - Spinners - Rambouillet - Ian Forbes - McGivney, Kaycee, WY 2011 - Natural Colored - Lauren Babb, Newell, SD 2011 - Overall Champion - Targhee - Duane Denke, Brookings, SD 2012 - Natural Colored - Rambouillet - Erk Bros., Newell, SD 2012 - White - Rambouillet - Erk Bros., Newell, SD 2012 - Lamb - Rambouillet - Erk Bros., Newell, SD 2012 - Breed - Cheviot - Barb Uhrig, Newell, SD 2012 - Spinners - Corriedale - Phillipi Corriedales, Hammond, MT 2012 - Youth - Katie Deneke, Heron, SD 2012 - Champion - Cheviot - Barb Uhrig, Newell, SD 2013 - Champion - Rambouillet - TJ & Sonya Swan, Nisland, SD 2014 - Overall Champion - Rambouillet - Everett Paul, Faith, SD 2014 - Spinners - Rambouillet - Gayle Cerello, Newell, SD 2014 - Gary Babb Memorial - Targhee - Darrell Deneke, Wessington Springs, SD 2015 - Corriedale Fleece - Friesz Livestock, New Salem, ND

Premiere Pen Range Rams 1981 - Rambouillet - Elden Tompkins, Highmore, SD 1982 - Columbia - Jerry Ehlers, Hettinger, ND 1983 - Rambouillet - Joseph Erk, Newell, SD 1984 - Rambouillet - George Erk, Newell, SD 1985 - Suffolk - Bill Walker, Virginia Dale, CO 1986 - Rambouillet - Leonard Wilson, Newell, SD 1987 - Rambouillet - George L. Erk, Newell, SD 1988 - Suffolk - Ista Suffolk (Sheila, Paula, Alan) Hulett, WY 1989 - Rambouillet - George L. Erk, Newell, SD 1990 - Rambouillet - Randy Oliver, Newell, SD 1991 - Rambouillet - Clarence Reid, Nisland, SD 1992 - Rambouillet - Leonard Wilson, Newell, SD 1993 - Rambouillet - Erk Bros. (John & Sons), Newell, SD 1994 - Suffolk - Daryl & Marsha Titrum, Wheatland, WY 1995 - Columbia - Peterson Columbia (Doug & Lindi) Lemmon, SD 1996 - Rambouillet - Dick & Rose Turbiville, Belle Fourche, SD 1997 - Suffolk - Mike and Jerry Geske, Pingree, ND 1998 - Rambouillet - John Gupman (Wooly Acres) Lemmon, SD 1999 - Rambouillet - Jim & Rosemary Forbes, Kaycee, WY 2000 - Columbia - Peterson Columbia (Doug & Lindi) Lemmon, SD 2001 - Columbia - Randy Feist Columbia, Ludlow, SD 2002 - Rambouillet - Lenard Chapman, Bison, SD 2003 - Rambouillet - Rocky Hill, John & Megan Erk, Newell, SD 2004 - Rambouillet - Paul Erk, Newell, SD

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2005 - Columbia - Peterson Sheep Co., Lemmon, SD 2006 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillet, Bison, SD 2007 - Columbia - Rench Columbia’s, Riverton, WY 2008 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillet, Bison, SD 2009 - Rambouillet - Viet Rambouillet, Isabel, SD 2010 - Columbia - Caroline Frampton, Toele, UT 2011 - Columbia - Borcher Columbias, Powell, WY 2012 - Rambouillet - Chapman Rambouillet, Bison, SD 2013 - Rambouillet - Shan Garson, Bosler, WY 2014 - Rambouillet - Wille Ranch, Steamboat Springs, CO 2015 - Columbia - Don Lawson, Flasher, ND

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